Second Avenue (Andra avenyn) is a swedish tv-series about an ex-prisoner, his sexually confused boxing-son, his on and off again christian girlfriend, her father who is a priest, his friend... See full summary »
Stef and Agnes go to the same school but don't like each other at all. Agnes with probably the best grades in the whole city, and Stef a little more of a bad girl. When their parents start ... See full summary »
Frank Wagner is sleeping next to his family. The plans to move abroad lays on the kitchen table. They suddenly hear how someone tries to break into the apartment. Five masked men is trying ... See full summary »
Ruth Vega Fernandez
Two twins, Daniel and Sandra, are separated when very young as their parents split up without any contact for nearly 20 years. When they meet by chance on their 20th birthday this drama ... See full summary »
Some men infiltrates the retired chief engineer Arthur Jönsson's home. They look through the residence for a few drawings. Some time later the same men, who turns out to be former Swedish ... See full summary »
It has been two years since John Falk and Frank Wagner broke their cooperation and Frank stopped working undercover for the police. Frank has just had: Re-opening of his bar when his former... See full summary »
Sandra, a young female student, rents a room from Anna-Lisa - a middle aged actress and former ballet dancer in Berlin. One day Sandra reads her landlady's diary where she expresses ... See full summary »
Kristian A. Söderström
Second Avenue (Andra avenyn) is a swedish tv-series about an ex-prisoner, his sexually confused boxing-son, his on and off again christian girlfriend, her father who is a priest, his friend who is a psychiatrist, his foster child who is a teen mom, the father of her child who is a boxing muslim, and many more.
This is probably the worst acting I've ever seen on television. Ocean Avenue is like the best show ever made, compared with this s*it. I don't blame the writers nor the producer, you cant make anything with these people in front of the camera. And why do they keep on making this series, over a hundred episodes now. Who finds this interesting? The so called actors may not inquire big payments but the rest behind the camera sure do. A cheap way of making time on television perhaps, because the channel that actually shows this crap don't have commercials. And finally to all the people out there who wanna become an actor: don't stop doing it when people say that you cant act, stop doing it when producers sails that you cant act.
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